Sneijder saga twists again

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Roberto Di Matteo says he is confident Chelsea can finish in the top four this season and once again secure Champions League qualification.

Ahead of this weekend's crucial home game against Stoke, Di Matteo revealed he has a fully fit squad available - including captain John Terry.

Harry Redknapp has revealed Michael Dawson is out for the rest of the season. He also confirmed Louis Saha is fit to face former club Everton.

Elsewhere, Arsene Wenger has insisted that Robin van Persie is happy at the Emirates amid reports linking him with AC Milan and Man City.


Chelsea and Manchester City are targeting Wesley Sneijder, who has long been linked with a move to Manchester United. (

AC Milan are planning an audacious swoop for both Carlos Tevez and Javier Macherano - who played together at West Ham in 2006. (Daily Mail)

And finally, Juventus are rivalling Manchester United for the signature of 19-year-old FC Basel midfielder Granit Xhaka. (talkSPORT)

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